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    Hình gốc ở đây: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald...ohn%27s_Church



    Bằng chứng gian lận đã có từ trước khi bầu cử. It's called Trump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Trong Youtube có mấy Trâm binh MÍt cũng làm fake news:



    Cái hình đó là chụp ở trước nhà thờ đối diện phủ tổng thống. Cuốn sách đó là Thánh kinh, có mũi tên chỉ vô Thánh kinh gọi là "bằng chứng gian lận." Mấy hộ pháp đi bảo vệ đạo đi. Do your thing.

    Gì mà giễu dữ vậy ta. Bằng chứng này
    phải lấy từ dưới hầm tòa bạch ốc lên hâm?
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    Khi nào Trump fans cần alternative fact thì
    hú một tiếng tui làm giùm cho đẹp hơn nhiều
    mà miễn phí nữa.
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    Mở một cái YouTube account rồi làm ba cái tin trời thần để câu mấy dân cuồng nịnh. Nhớ thêm nhiều chi tiết về chúa, sách thánh và chữ "cầu nguyện" hay "phép lạ" là tha hồ hốt bạc.

    Stupid is as stupid believes...
    (Forrest Trump)

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    Có cần làm thêm ở TikTok một bổn nữa để có luật gia cận thần của Trâm (mỗi ngày ăn 20 ngàn tiền cúng) cùng nhau phát tán hâm?
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    'A catastrophic situation': COVID-19 threatens to overwhelm Canada's health system

    By Rod Nickel, Moira Warburton, Allison Lampert


    WINNIPEG (Reuters) - In July, the Canadian province of Manitoba went two weeks without a single new case of COVID-19. Theaters and casinos reopened and children soon returned to school.

    By October, the 1.4 million people living in a province only slightly smaller geographically than Texas had Canada’s highest rate of active cases - now 512 per 100,000 people, or nearly quadruple the national rate.

    “In a couple of weeks, we’re going to be in a catastrophic situation,” said Dr. Anand Kumar, a Manitoba intensive care physician.

    Many Americans looked longingly north of the border during the pandemic’s first wave, as Canada kept COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations under control while they skyrocketed in the United States. But Canadians’ exhaustion with pandemic restrictions is now coinciding with an outbreak that threatens to overwhelm health systems in several provinces.

    Canada has recorded over 302,000 cases and more than 11,000 deaths during the pandemic. Nationally, there were 1,114 COVID-19 patients in hospital as of Nov. 3, well below a spring peak of 2,701 but double what they were a month ago.

    At this pace, Canada’s daily case tally may more than double by early December, health officials warned last week.

    The situation is already turning dire in Manitoba, where community transmission is so rampant through care homes, hospitals and family gatherings that health officials are unable to identify the main sources.

    In Manitoba’s capital Winnipeg, with a population of 750,000, Kumar sees a trend similar to the outbreaks that overwhelmed New York City in the spring and currently El Paso, Texas, requiring freezer trucks to store bodies as they piled up.

    Manitoba’s single-day record of 508 cases on Nov. 10 is triple the total from two weeks earlier, with intensive care units (ICU) nearly full.

    “Once you go past ICU capacity, the mortality rate shoots right up like a rocket,” said Kumar, who is trained in treating infectious diseases and in critical care.

    Manitoba plans to set up makeshift hospitals in arenas or convention centers to accommodate overflow patients.

    “This is becoming more distressing every day,” said Manitoba’s Chief Nursing Officer Lanette Siragusa. “If we had a worst-case scenario, this would be it.”

    Alberta, home of Canada’s second-highest rate of current cases, has seen hospitalizations and infections requiring intensive care surge past earlier highs, including outbreaks in 10 hospitals.

    ‘A RECIPE FOR DISASTER’

    In Quebec, which has Canada’s highest rate and number of deaths, some infected seniors at nursing homes with outbreaks are being moved to other facilities, raising fears of viral spread.

    Ontario’s active cases are climbing even as the province has tightened restrictions on a growing number of regions.

    Manitoba has re-imposed business restrictions and suspended hundreds of surgeries. But stores allowed to operate were packed last weekend as staff ignored capacity limits, said Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin.

    Medical staffing is a major concern, with nurses working overtime and extra shifts, leading to exhaustion and additional risk. At least 100 nurses have become infected in this second wave, said Manitoba Nurses Union President Darlene Jackson.

    “It’s really likely that the (Winnipeg) hospital sector will be facing overwhelming conditions for some time,” Anthony Dale, president of the Ontario Hospital Association, said.

    Quebec and Ontario combined account for half of Canada’s active COVID-19 cases and 90% of related fatalities.

    Health authorities are directing some Montreal-area nursing facilities that have vacancies due to deaths during the first wave to admit infected non-residents from other places that lack space or face outbreaks.

    Administrators say those who do not require hospitalization are being placed in “hot zones” that have separate staffing, beds and entrances.

    One Laval, Quebec facility took in 10 patients this month from nearby residences that need to isolate people who test positive, said Judith Goudreau, a spokeswoman for the area’s health board.

    “There are so many reasons why this is a recipe for disaster,” said Joyce Shanks, whose father lives at a long-term care facility in Montreal that has not yet admitted outside residents.

    The number of infected patients remains manageable, said the FSSS-CSN, a Quebec union that represents orderlies.

    “The question is how widespread it’s going to be,” union President Jeff Begley said.

    The latest modelling projects 6,500 new cases per day in Ontario by the end of December if no action was taken. Public health experts are not optimistic about the current situation.

    “Hospitals are coping but there isn’t a great deal of wiggle room,” said Dr. Howard Ovens, chief medical strategy officer for Sinai Health System in Toronto.

    A trend showing more people 50 and older becoming sick is especially troubling because they are most likely to require hospital stays, filling beds quickly, said Dr. Lynora Saxinger, an infectious disease specialist at University of Alberta.

    “It really can change on a dime.”

    Reporting by Rod Nickel in Winnipeg, Allison Lampert in Montreal and Moira Warburton in Toronto; Additional reporting by Allison Martell and Steve Scherer; Editing by Denny Thomas and Bill Berkrot

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    Hôm nay thứ Tư gồi mà ông Trump còn chưa tuyên bố kết quả bầu cử để cho "phe ta" thắng nhớn. Nói nào ngay, mình cứ mong ông ấy nói phứt ra cho gồi. Chứ dạo này, mình nghe tin ông Trump kiện cáo lùm xùm dù chả có bằng chứng bằng cớ gì hết trơn. Mà thiên hạ khoái nghe mới lạ chứ lỵ. Thì như làm vậy, mình bèn lên ý tưởng như thế này.

    Lẳng lặng mà nghe chúng kháo nhau
    Kháo nhau đủ chuyện chả ra đâu
    Phen này ông quyết mần du thúp
    Tung toàn tin giả chắc chóng giầu.
    Đỗ thành Đậu

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    Hôm nay thì được YouTube giới thiệu cho hai tin động trời này:





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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Hôm nay thì được YouTube giới thiệu cho hai tin động trời này:
    Coi tin này chấn động quá. Thật là rung lắc.
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    Tin này ít chấn động hơn nè.




    US records quarter of a million deaths from coronavirus

    The US has recorded more than 250,000 deaths from Covid-19, a bleak marker as cases soar once again across the country.


    According to Johns Hopkins University, the country has now reported 250,029 deaths and nearly 11.5 million cases.

    It has more reported infections and a higher death toll than any other country worldwide.

    And cases have once again started to soar throughout the US, hitting new daily highs in the last week.

    Speaking to the BBC on Wednesday, top US infectious diseases Dr Anthony Fauci said the country was "going in the wrong direction at a very precarious time", with people more likely to gather inside as the weather gets colder.

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